Resize a Windows Server 2003 Partition

As we all know,Windows Server 2003 is a Windows Server System produced by Microsoft which introduced on 24th April, it takes the place of Windows Server 2000. Windows Server 2003 can be taken as the milestone of Windows Server System. With years of development, Windows 2003 has become one of the most frequently used Server Systems in the world.

Why do we need to resize Windows Server 2003 Partition?

The performance of server is very important in the network. While the management of server disk partitions is the main method to optimize the performance of servers, partitions contribute a lot to the security control and resource management, especially for a server which have a large database. Many users who partition their hard disk drive always come across a common problem: the size of their partitions cannot meet the needs.

Sometimes, the disk C will not have enough space for new applications. But new applications must be installed, what will you do?

The answer is to resize a Windows Server 2003 Partition with Partition Wizard Server Edition.

Just by the following simple steps you can resize a Windows Server 2003 Partition with Partition Wizard Server Edition in no time. 

Launch the software. Select the partition on the disk map. Use Resize / Move function to resize your partitions.

Save your operations and reboot your Windows Server 2003 system, and you will have resized your Windows Server 2003 partition. To know more, pls enter their Homepage:http://partitionwizard.com

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